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Enhanced binding affinity, remarkable selectivity, and high capacity of CO2 by dual functionalization of a rht-type metal-organic framework.
This work was supported by the Foundation of the National Natural Science Foundation of China (grant numbers 20971054 and 90922034) and the Key Project of the Chinese Ministry of Education. The RU
A facile route for nitrogen-doped hollow graphitic carbon spheres with superior performance in supercapacitors
A novel template-free approach to prepare nitrogen-doped hollow carbon microspheres with graphitic carbon shells (NHGCSs) was reported. The obtained NHGCSs by the direct pyrolysis of solid
Sol-Hydrothermal Synthesis and Hydrothermally Structural Evolution of Nanocrystal Titanium Dioxide
A sol-hydrothermal method has been proposed to prepare uniform and unaggregated nanocrystals of pure anatase and rutile from various acidic mediums. The phase formation, particle sizes, and
A strategy toward constructing a bifunctionalized MOF catalyst: post-synthetic modification of MOFs on organic ligands and coordinatively unsaturated metal sites.
Using a new strategy based on post-synthetic modification of MOFs on organic ligands and coordinatively unsaturated metal sites, an organo-bifunctionalized MOF catalyst has been synthesized for the first time and successfully applied in one-pot tandem reaction.
The multiferroic perovskite YFeO3
The orthoferrite YFeO3 with orthorhombic perovskite structure (Pnma) has been synthesized by mild hydrothermal method. The temperature-dependent magnetization and hysteresis loops indicate that, due
Bifunctional MOF heterogeneous catalysts based on the synergy of dual functional sites for efficient conversion of CO2 under mild and co-catalyst free conditions
We reported herein a strategy for combining CUS-based MOF (CUS = coordinatively unsaturated metal sites) with ionic liquid (IL) functional sites to form bifunctional heterogeneous catalysts with
Histidine-derived nontoxic nitrogen-doped carbon dots for sensing and bioimaging applications.
With confirmed nontoxicity, Nitrogen-doped photoluminescent carbon dots could enter the cancer cells, indicating a practical potential for cellular imaging and labeling.